ABSTRACT

This book discusses part of the military-stability problem, notably the part relating to East-West relationships, which is becoming synonymous with military stability between the Soviet Union and NATO.

chapter |9 pages

Introduction

ByPeter M.E. Volten, Ian M. Cuthbertson

chapter 3|16 pages

Doctrines and Force Structures

ByKlaus Naumann

chapter 4|8 pages

Political-Military Strategy: New Opportunities, New Tasks

ByAndrei A. Kokoshin

chapter 5|33 pages

Prospects for Military Stability in a Deep-Cuts Regime*

ByPaul K. Davis

chapter 7|13 pages

Constraints, "Stabilizing Measures" and CSBMs

ByHeinz Gaertner

chapter 8|15 pages

The Impact and Control of Technology

ByAndrzej Karkoszka

chapter 10|17 pages

Technology and Conventional Arms Control

ByHans-Joachim Giessmann

chapter |11 pages

Conclusion

Edited ByIan M. Cuthbertson, Peter Volten